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Derbyshire Holiday Parks

Derbyshire is situated in the heart of England and is a peaceful destination often overlooked by tourists. This means that Derbyshire is relatively unspoiled so you’ll be getting an authentic experience when you go there. The area has many things to see and do.  The glorious Chatsworth House and Gardens are well worth a visit. Historical places of interest include the evocative Calke Abbey and the Robert Adam interiors at Kedleston Hall. The Royal Crown Derby Porcelain factory is one of the areas most popular sites while families may wish to take a trip to Chatsworth Farmyard adventure which has a large farmyard with a wide variety of animals and a spectacular woodland adventure playground.  There are many holiday parks in Derbyshire offering peace and tranquility or action and adventure.
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Beechwood Park

Beechwood Park will appeal to both families and couples looking for a welcoming base to explore this region and within easy reach of Drayton Manor theme park.

Why We Love Derbyshire...

When it comes to holidays in the UK, Derbyshire is a good choice especially as there are so many attractions in the area appealing to both couples and families.  Many book a holiday park in Derbyshire to use as a base for fun days out and we have listed some of our favourite day trips here:-  

Fun Days Out in Derbyshire

Of course, no holiday in Derbyshire would be complete without a visit here.  Nature lovers will be amazed by the diverse and stunning landscapes while those who like outdoor activities will find this place heaven for walking and cycling.  Located in the Bakewell region of Derbyshire it's easy to get to from local holiday parks.

This amazing theme park will keep the whole family entertained with an array of rides, attractions, restaurants and shops.  Split into exciting areas such as Fantasy Terrace and Western World you will come away from this place with plenty of fun memories.  Younger children will enjoy meeting the characters Dora the Explorer and Gully & Gilly Mouse.

With a convenient location in the heart of Derbyshire you can enjoy a family day out here with a quaint cobbled courtyard setting, shops, pottery tours and free daily cooking demonstrations.  Open all year round this is a good free attraction although the craftroom tour is chargeable.

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28th June 2017